Before watching this video please keep in mind that while the withdrawal process is or can be difficult it is NOT impossible to do. Second – most physicians, psychiatrist or primary, are CLUELESS about safe withdrawal from this (and other) … Continue reading
This blog is intended to be a resource to those seeking information on learning how to safely reduce or withdraw from psychotropic drugs and restore their life while healing the issues that often cause one to seek help to begin … Continue reading
One of the main issues in the mental illness model is that individuals anger is a symptom of a brain disease/disorder. One of the most freeing and empowering truths is when we realize that our anger is often justified and … Continue reading
Listen here to the Podcast: On The Power Of Being Proactive: Dennis Dodson – 11 Steps That May Lead To Better Mental Health. 11 Steps which may lead to better mental and physical health* Step 1 Drink 8 or 10 glasses … Continue reading
I am not against anyone using psych drugs. I am against anyone being misled with the lies of “chemical imbalance” and “decompensation” being ” mental illness”. I am for everyone making their own choices. That can only happen with full, … Continue reading
Making the decision to “come off” psych drugs is a personal one and one best approached through a position of empowerment through knowing how to do it safely. Sharing today a video by psychiatric survivor, Will Hall on approaching this … Continue reading
There is much to learn as we enter and go through the process of withdrawing from psychotropic drugs. And one of the best resources I am aware of is the Blog Beyond Meds which I often refer to. Todays piece … Continue reading
Healing from years and often decades of psychotropic drug use can be challenging. Although it is not impossible. Personally – I still have residual issues caused by the drugs yet I know that if I succumb to the idea that … Continue reading
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Life is for living and I began this journey by letting go of the idea that I would be “sick” “for life”. ~Susan Kingsley-Smith Subscribe here to receive the (very occasional) newsletter.
Today a quick share from the KIP Central blog; here you can read a bit about my experiences with coming to the awareness that I was not “sick” and the drugs were actually doing much harm to my physical, mental, … Continue reading